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... of hot chips and club sandwiches arrive! I could have told him that. It was a lesson I learned many years ago, but he was expecting NZ style club sandwiches! So much for our last meal in Italy!
Our impression of Italy - the people seem much friendlier than in Paris. There seems to be a lot more English spoken, or they are prepared to make the effort. Milan seems to be a light bright city, with lots of graffiti, but otherwise ...
... Caravaggio and Raphael...the Borghese Gallery is a work of art itself and the gardens were so pretty.
We were happy with what we got to see in Rome...we did see everything that we planned to see. We only wish that we would have gone back to St. Peter's Basilica right when it opened to see it without as many people and go to mass there....next time.
Goodbye Rome...Hello Florence!
... Colosseo we passed the statue of the unknown soldier and that building was stunning and massive.
We continued to walk (about 40 min total) and passed other neat things. My favorite because it was so bizarre was the "cat sanctuary". This is an area of ruins that sit below ground level where all of the stray cats hang out. Don't ask me why but they really were everywhere! Our final step was to cross the Tiber river. Our campus is located along the river and ...
... home. First to Florence for the night and then off to the airport in the early morning to start the long trek home.
Needless to to say, I've had a wonderful time. My good Italian friends always make me feel at home, feed me way to well, are very generous with their fine wine, and only occasionally tell me to go outside.
... you get the idea! On paper, it looks like I should have ended up right where I began!!
I did find the supermarket but it was closed—permanently or just for the afternoon hours, I wasn't sure. I walked back—I may have taken a couple different streets but ended up back on my street anyway! I ended up buying water and a few things at the tiny little market just a block away. It’s nice to have that in a pinch. For dinner, I picked up a pizza (fungui!) at ...